information sessions & program recruiting events
2013 BFA SENIOR HONORS STUDIO THESIS EXHIBITIONS
“COME WITH ME”
On view through 3/31
Opening Reception (5-7pm) Wednesday 3/27
Mary Parker Jessup
On view through 4/7
Opening Reception (5-7pm) Wednesday 4/3
“Harboring a Superfluid”
On view through 4/14
Opening Reception (5-7pm) Wednesday 4/10
Seoyoung Stephanie Bae
Alyssa L Clear
Nabil A Mir
On view through 4/21
Opening Reception (5-7pm) Wednesday 4/17
Joeun Aatchim Kim
Lim Jia Ning Michelle
“New York Painting and Sculpture 2013”
On view through 4/28
Opening Reception (5-7pm) Wednesday 4/24
On view through 5/4
Opening Reception (5-7pm) Wednesday 5/1
The Twelfth Annual Richard Martin Visual Culture Symposium
Guest Speaker, Lynn Yaeger
Fashion writer and Vogue contributing editor
And presentations by M.A. Candidates in Costume Studies:
"The Tale of the Perplexing Plaid: Tartan and its Construction Bound Enchantments"
Meredith Leigh Busey
"Becoming the Sylph: The Transformation of Ballet Costumes, 1760-1832"
"Elizabeth Keckly and Ann Lowe: African American Designers and Their Elite Clientele"
"Fashioning the Wiener Werkstätte of America Inc.’s Showroom 1922-23 Joseph Urban Brings Modern Viennese Design to Fifth Avenue"
Max Avi Kaplan
Friday, April 12
Barney Building, 34 Stuyvesant Street
Clay Forum III
Saturday April 13, 1pm – 6pm
NYU Department of Art and Art Professions
The Barney Building, Einstein Auditorium
12:30 - 1:00pm
Check in and registration
1:00 - 1:15pm
Welcoming remarks – Judith Schwartz and Matt Nolen
Sabrina Gschwandtner – Lecture
Sabrina Gschwandtner is a New York City based visual artist and writer who had exhibited her work internationally, the Smithsonian American Art Museum (2012), the Victoria and Albert Museum, London (2011), and the Museum of Arts and Design, New York (2007), among many others. She will lecture on “Craftivism,” addressing how craft is being used to engage the public in social, political, and community-oriented expression.
David East – Artist Demonstration
“New Technologies for the Ceramic studio artist”
David East currently serves as Chair of Ceramics at the Maryland Institute College of Art. He has taught and been a visiting artist at numerous locations, and currently maintains a studio in Brooklyn, NY.
Peter Barnett- Artist Demonstration
“Rolling Stones - Cars in clay and other technologies”
Peter Barnett teaches ceramics at Marymount Manhattan College and in New York public schools through Brooklyn Arts Council. He has exhibited internationally and has been Artist in Residence at Museum of Arts and Design, New York (2011) and Artist in Residence at the De Young Museum, San Francisco. (2000)
3:30 – 5:00pm
“5 Minute Update”
Artists are invited to sign-up for 5 minutes of stage time to update their artistic activities, programs, and research.
5:00 – 6:00pm
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